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Live From Mises University

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Dave Smith brings you the latest in politics! On This very special live episode of Part Of The Problem from Mises University, Dave is joined by the President of the Mises Institute, Jeff Deist! Dave Addresses the controversy surrounding Mises, while Jeff talks about the conflict culture that causes an undue burden on our economy.

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The Delicate Macho Movie Brand

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The stars of the new Fast & Furious movie will go to extraordinary lengths to protect their “tough guy” brands, even going so far as to negotiate to make sure their characters never lose a fight.

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#67 Steven Wilkinson – Buying Companies: Habits, Rabbits, Swedish Women & Brexit

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IEA Digital Manager Darren Grimes introduces Deidre McCloskey’s talk at the IEA’s THINK conference on how ‘How ideas can change the world’.

From 2000 to 2015, McCloskey was the Distinguished Professor of Economics, History, English, and Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). McCloskey’s ‘Bourgeois Virtues’ trilogy (2006, 2010, 2016) examines factors in history that led to advancement in human achievement and prosperity. She argues that enrichment comes from “innovation” rather than capital accumulation as is frequently argued.

McCloskey is also known for her critique of the post-1940s “official modernist” methodology in economics (McCloskey Critique). In her 1985 book, The Rhetoric of Economics, she argues that economic modernism has ultimately taken equilibrium model-building and econometrics “absurdly” far.

She self describes as a “Postmodern, quantitative, literary, ex-Marxist, economist, historian, progressive Episcopalian, coastie-bred Chicagoan woman who was once not.”

After her THINK talk and for this podcast, Darren managed to catch up with Deidre to ask a few more questions.

You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts and find more films, blogs, podcasts and reports at iea.org.uk.

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Is Postmodernism Marxist or Libertarian? A Soho Forum Debate

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Postmodernism is necessary for a politics of individual liberty.

That was the topic of a public debate hosted by the Soho Forum in New York City on June 17, 2019. It featured Stephen Hicks, a professor of philosophy at Rockford University, and author Thaddeus Russell. Soho Forum director Gene Epstein moderated.

It was an Oxford-style debate, in which the audience votes on the resolution at the beginning and end of the event, and the side that gains the most ground is victorious. Hicks prevailed in the debate by convincing 34 percent of audience members to change their minds.

Arguing for the affirmative was Russell, whose 2011 book, A Renegade History of the United States, argues that cherished American freedoms come from the selfish desires of ordinary people. Renegade University, founded by Russell, offers courses on diverse subjects from postmodernism to the history of martial arts.

Hicks argued for the negative. He’s the executive director at The Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship. He is the author of Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault (2011) and Nietzsche and the Nazis (2010).

The Soho Forum, which is sponsored by the Reason Foundation, is a monthly debate series at the SubCulture Theater in Manhattan’s East Village.

Produced by Todd Krainin.

‘Modum’ by Kai Engel is licensed under CC BY 4.0

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In 1960, a 12-year-old boy left mainland China, hidden in the bottom of a fishing boat. He later became one of Hong Kong’s richest people. His story is the story of Hong Kong.

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Gold Rush 2.0

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The price of gold is at a six-year high and gold bugs say it’s the safest place to put your money in uncertain times. But is it actually a good investment?

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Renegade University’s Thaddeus Russell Wants To Blow Your Mind

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“It’s time for a revolution in higher education. It’s time for a renegade university.”

That’s the sales pitch for Thaddeus Russell’s Renegade University (RU), a radical, innovative experiment in higher education that is inspired by his 2010 book A Renegade History of the United States. Russell argues that it wasn’t the Founding Fathers, straight-laced business tycoons, or moral crusaders that made America great, but runaway slaves, ladies of the evening, bootleggers, and assorted other dropouts and discontents who defined and created our freedom. In online courses and events held around the country, Russell, a Columbia-trained historian, who has taught at Barnard, Occidental, and other colleges, and his faculty offer bracing, engaging alternative takes on U.S. history, political philosophy, postmodernism, the war on terror, and more. Russell also hosts the Unregistered Podcast

He spoke with Nick Gillespie while visiting New York to participate in a Reason/Soho Forum debate about postmodernism and libertarianism.

To read Thaddeus Russell’s Reason archive, go here.

Last fall, he debated legal blogger Ken White at a Reason event about censorship and social-media platforms.

Audio production by Ian Keyser.

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981: Ilhan Omar, American Debt, and Why Home Ownership is a Bad Investment

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The mad hatter is at it again. This time he’s attacking Ilhan Omar, suggesting it might be best if she moved back to Somalia to fix her native country before attacking America for it’s perceived shortcomings. The antics are both hysterical and sad.

And later, in the show…home ownership is bad and so is college. LOL.

Jason


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